Christian ministry always happens in a context: in specific times, places, and cultures that shape the meaning and expression of the message. In a digital age of global communication, the context changes rapidly on global, national, and local levels and ministries must read and respond to those changes constantly. In and following a period of pandemic, social interactions are fundamentally different — and Christian ministry will need to respond to these changes.
In this webinar, Dr. J Derek McNeil, President & Provost of The Seattle School, and Kate Rae Davis, Director of Resilient Leaders Project, will discuss the ways crisis can accelerate transformation and their hopes for the changes to come following pandemic in our lives, our city, and our world.
Following the event, all registrants will receive a recording of the conversation.
Upcoming events in this series:
- Resilience for Mental Health Practitioners
- Developing a Centering Prayer Practice
- Career & Call: Designing a Meaningful Life
- Entering Grief, Encountering Grace
Resilience in Crisis
The Resilience in Crisis series exists to support, resource, and encourage leaders and practitioners through the pandemic crisis.